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PDF Complete renewable

by wil_peter / April 28, 2013 3:05 AM PDT

I use Win7 and a Brother DCP multi-function copier with MS Office 2002. Can't recall ever downloading PDF Complete but it allows me to print to PDF from various displayed documents. Until today, when it announced that "Your complimentary use period has ended." Acrobat Reader X is kept current-ish, but is there an update for PDF Complete?

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Since I don't use that, I'll share what I use.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 28, 2013 3:08 AM PDT
In reply to: PDF Complete renewable

I use DoPDF, CutePDF and another I don't recall. My bet is that your title came with the printer so you'll have to ask Canon what's up.
Bob

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Perfect
by wil_peter / April 28, 2013 7:14 AM PDT

Thanks, Bob. Just what I needed. Is there a way to incorporate a PDF file into MS Word 2003 so that the page numbering recognizes it? Now I'm asking for the moon! Pete

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Sorry.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 28, 2013 1:20 PM PDT
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I thought you wanted to create a PDF from a document. This sounds like you want to go fro PDF to Word and I've yet to find any need for that so I never found such an app. Maybe I misunderstood the question?
Bob

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Minutes of meeting
by wil_peter / April 29, 2013 12:06 AM PDT
In reply to: Sorry.

What I have is an Excel financial document that I want to both print (hence the PDF) and incorporate it in the minutes of a meeting (in Word). Step 1 was to print to pdf, which neatly sizes it for letter-sized paper and stores it in a form most people can open to read. Step 2 is to include the financial document in the several-page Minutes. (The spreadsheet was too big for importing to Word, as it takes two pages). Thanks for the interest, however. Pete

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That's clearer.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 29, 2013 12:15 AM PDT
In reply to: Minutes of meeting

And exactly why I never needed to bring in a PDF. Since I have the source document I only need to copy/paste the part of the sheet I wanted.

Bob

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Transparent
by wil_peter / April 29, 2013 11:59 PM PDT
In reply to: That's clearer.

Yes, that's what I ended with - screen print, Paint, trim and copy, save as part1.jpg, insert pic - for each quadrant of the spreadsheet. Thanks.

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